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Johns Hopkins Medicine Suburban - Noteworthy! June Marlin Falb Joins Suburban as Vice President of Development
New Directions Spring 2012
Noteworthy! June Marlin Falb Joins Suburban as Vice President of Development
Date: May 1, 2012
June Marlin Falb
The Suburban Hospital Foundation is pleased to welcome June Marlin Falb as the hospital’s new vice president of development.
A longtime Bethesda resident, Falb joins Suburban Hospital from the American Health Assistance Foundation, where she served as director of Leadership Gifts.
Falb will spearhead initiatives for the campus enhancement project and other clinical programs. “Through her work, June will help ensure a level of charitable giving necessary to fuel the success of Suburban Hospital and fund the highest level of innovation in health care to benefit our community,” said Jacqueline Schultz, executive vice president and COO of Suburban Hospital.
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